Donald and Kiefer Sutherland are teaming up to play a father and son. We know, it’s a stretch. In their new movie, "Forsaken," they finally get to share some screen time.

Kiefer Sutherland takes on the Wild West in his new movie "Forsaken."

Kiefer Sutherland (as John Henry Clayton): "I feel you and I are headed for an inevitable conclusion."

The actor plays a guy known for his reputation as a quick draw-killer. Eventually, he gives up the gun, so to speak, and leaves town.

Donald Sutherland (as Rev. Clayton): "Your mother and I kept asking ourselves what we did wrong that filled you with so much hate."

After a tragedy, his character returns to repair his relationship with his father, played by Kiefer’s own dad, Donald Sutherland.

Kiefer Sutherland: "The story is really about the two of them trying to find their way back to some kind of a relationship."

It was the first time they’d ever done a movie together. As in co-star.

Kiefer Sutherland: "It was fantastic. I’ve been wanting to work with my father my whole career. He’s an actor’s actor. He’s an actor other actors aspire to be, and I’m no different."

Kiefer admits he was pretty nervous to share the big screen with his famous father.

Kiefer Sutherland: "I walked up to him on the first day and said, ‘Look, if this morning is a little rocky, I’m sorry. I got really nervous last night; I didn’t sleep at all.’ And he looked at me and said, ‘Last night? I haven’t slept for a week!’"

The western was a collaboration with part of the same team that created the hit TV show "24," starring Kiefer as the iconic Jack Bauer. So, we had to ask: Would he be part of the "24" reboot?

Kiefer Sutherland: "I’ve read the first draft of the first script. It’s fantastic. The cast they’re putting together, I think it’s going to be an awesome show, and I’ve always felt the real star of ’24’ was the show itself."

Kiefer says, never say never. In the meantime, you can catch him kicking butts and taking names in "Forsaken."

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